In the book Hoop Roots, John Edgar Wideman wrote this about street basketball: "You can pick up in the playing, if you listen hard, listen easy enough, the chorus saying, We are doing this together and it’s just us out here." The freshly painted outdoor basketball court at Barry Farms in Southeast D.C is one place to hear it. People crowd the bleachers six nights a week, and the smell of barbeque hangs in the air. The annual Goodman League is the attraction. Anacostia Unmapped contributor Kymone Freeman talks to Commissioner Miles Rawls, who keeps the league strong — and has for two decades.